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Shark Steam Cleaner

Updated on August 25, 2009

If you are looking for a chemical free way to clean the floor surface in your home then Shark steam cleaners are good products for you. There is a Shark steam floor cleaner appropriate for cleaning carpet, upholstery, car interiors, windows, mirrors, tile floors, oven interiors, grills, and stone floors. The Shark steam cleaner as seen on TV is a great product because steam can uncover dirt that we cannot see. The steam penetrates down into carpets and can draw dirt out of porous grout. The shark steam cleaner is also equipped with heavy suction so that all traces of water are vacuumed up and there is no wetness left behind. The Shark steam cleaner is also a good choice because steam is hot enough to kill bacteria and any viral elements that might be present.

Where to Buy Shark Steam Cleaners

If you are looking for a place to buy a Shark steam cleaner, Shark steam cleaner parts, or Shark steam cleaner accessories then your best bet is to look online.  Shark sells their products on their own website and you can find them in various discount web stores as well.  You can sometimes find the Shark products in stores like Wal-Mart or Sam’s Club.  However, if they are not in the store, the websites for these companies is another good place to start.

The Euro Pro Shark Steam Cleaner

I recently read some carpet cleaning machines reviews and specifically Shark steam cleaner reviews and one product stood out. The Euro Pro SC505 Shark portable pro steam cleaner is something that everyone can use around the house. One of the main reasons I like it is that it is extremely portable. The entire unit is only 11 pounds but its size does not prevent it from being powerful. The 1600-watt machine only takes four minutes to heat the water to a useable temperature. This steam cleaner has a stainless steel body which is quite durable and can stand up to a lot of wear and tear. Stainless steel is also resistant to corrosion from water. The Euro Pro SC505 is very easy to use. You just push a button on the handle to release steam that wets the bottom of a pad. You can then run the pad along whatever hard surface you are trying to clean. The water tank holds 28 ounces of water, which is enough to clean one room. The 20 ft cord makes it easy to walk all over the room to finish your cleaning without having to unplug and find another outlet.

The Euro Pro SC505 Shark steam cleaner comes with several attachments for cleaning a variety of surfaces. There is a floor brush in case you need to do some scrubbing. There is a squeegee attachment for cleaning windows or mirrors. The angled nozzle attachment is useful if you are trying to clean small surfaces like an oven or grill rack. The angles nozzle can be adjusted with two small detail brushes if some extra scrubbing is necessary. The shoulder strap is great because you can carry around the machine while you clean and you do not have to worry about bending over to move it every few feet. Overall, the Euro Pro SC505 Shark steam cleaner seems like a good product for leaning around the house in the absence of commercial carpet cleaning equipment or having Dalworth carpet cleaning in to do work.


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      Usulor 4 years ago

      Kimber, that's one of the perks of agenting: you can recjet the dulls ones whenever you like, and burn the unread portions in effigy (provided they didn't send an SASE that is. Every once in a while they'll burn them and then realize that the writer supplied postage, and--well, they have no choice but to offer representation. That's really how all those bad books get published. The authors soak their fulls in lighter fluid before they send them out.)

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      Mrcleaner1 6 years ago

      How do I open this unit

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      PAT 6 years ago

      Where do i get replacement accessories for my Shark Steam Cleaner model S505UK

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      KimW4 6 years ago

      Having trouble maintaining hot steam with handheld

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      Muktu 7 years ago

      Thanks for the info. A lot of info here I wasn`t able to find elsewhere, good job.

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      Tracy Monroy 7 years ago

      I was just reading about a Hoover cleaner similar to this but this one looks much more easy for me to manage. Great hub, thank you!

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      TyUlmer 8 years ago from Savannah, GA

      Great product! I used to sell those and they sold all day!


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